Deals: $400 off 2014 15" MacBook Pros & mid-2015 15" MacBook Pros at the lowest prices

in Current Mac Hardware edited May 2015
Apple's 2015 MacBook Pro lineup is now complete and AI is proud to offer all 13- and 15-inch Force Touch models at the lowest prices anywhere via exclusive discount coupons. Meanwhile, the 2014 models they replace are now a bargain with fresh price cuts of $200-$400.

Mid-2014 MacBook Pro Price Drop

Apple's new mid-2015 15-inch MacBook Pros include the company's new Force Touch Trackpad and faster internal flash memory. The 4 high-end configurations also replace NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M discrete graphics cards with new AMD Radeon R9 M370X cards. Outside of these changes, the mid-2014 models and mid-2015 are strikingly similar, making exceptional values out of any existing mid-2014 models currently being offered at deep discounts.

Apple drew down channel inventory pretty tight into Tuesday's refresh, leaving very few mid-2014 models in resellers' hands. B&H is among a select few resellers with a handful of models left, which it has just marked down by $200-$400. In each case, the new prices are the lowest prices available anywhere for these models, according to our Price Guides. These models are limited to existing inventory and are not expected to last long. Note that B&H is an Apple Authorized Reseller and only collects sales tax on orders shipped to its home state of NY. Readers can pair any of these Macs with AppleCare for 15-inch MacBook Pros for $244 ($105 savings).

mid-2014 MacBook Pros
Mid-2014 MacBook Pros
2.2GHz 15" (16GB, 256GB) $1,999.00 $1,799.99+ ( $199.01 savings )
2.5GHz 15" (16GB, 256GB) $2,099.00 $1,899.00+ ( $200.00 savings )
2.5GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB) $2,899.00 $2,499.00+ ( $400.00 savings ) SOLD OUT
2.5GHz 15" (16GB, 512GB, 750M) $2,499.00 $2,299.00+ ( $200.00 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 256GB) $2,299.00 $1,949.00+ ( $350.00 savings ) SOLD OUT
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 512GB) $2,599.00 $2,399.00+ ( $200.00 savings ) SOLD OUT

mid-2014 MacBook Pros
Mid-2014 MacBook Pros

Similarly, Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama also has a few mid-2014 MacBooks which it's selling at discounts of up to $250. Readers can tack on Apple Care for 15-inch MacBook Pros to any MacBook Pro order for $244 ($105 off) and then use this $50 AppleCare rebate to knock it down to $194. Alternatively, shoppers can use the links in this article to purchase the same MacBook Pros with hundreds of dollars in free accessories thrown in, including an LG optical drive and Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Pro headphones. Before adding any of these MacBook Pros to your cart, make sure you are registered and logged into you free Adorama's VIP account.

2.2GHz 15" (16GB, 256GB) $1,999.00 $1,799.99 ! ( $199.01 savings )
2.2GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB) $2,799.00 $2,619.99 ! ( $179.01 savings )
2.5GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB, 750M) $2,999.00 $2,799.99 ! ( $199.01 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 256GB) $2,299.00 $2,199.99 ! ( $100.00 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 512GB, 750M) $2,699.00 $2,599.00 ! ( $100.00 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB) $3,099.00 $2,949.00 ! ( $150.00 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB, 750M) $3,199.00 $2,949.00 ! ( $250.00 savings )

Mid-2015 MacBook Pros at Lowest Prices Anywhere with Coupons

For readers specifically waiting for the new mid-2015 15" MacBook Pros with Force Touch, both MacMall and B&H are already taking orders for all 13 different configurations. However, any AppleInsider readers who click through the MacMall links in this article (below) or our Price Guides and then enter Coupon Code APPLEINSIDER01 on the product page will save an additional 2% off the retailer's already discounted prices, yielding the lowest prices anywhere on these just-announced MacBook Pros (the same coupons work on all other 13" and 15" MacBook Pros listed in the Price Guides from MacMall).

MacMall will begin shipping the two standard retail configurations later this week (MJLQ2LL/A & MJLT2LL/A). The other 11 custom configurations can be pre-ordered and will begin shipping within the next two weeks. Each MacBook Pro includes Free Shipping and MacMall won't collect sales tax on your order if you live outside CA, CO, GA, IL, MN, NC, NY, TN, or WI. These offers are exclusive to AppleInsider readers and only available online, with orders filled in the order they are received. If you experience any issues, you can always reach out to us at [email protected] and we'll do our best to help.

mid-2015 MacBook Pros
Mid-2015 MacBook Pros
2.2GHz 15" (16GB, 256GB) $1,999.00 $1,954.12* ( $44.88 savings )
2.2GHz 15" (16GB, 512GB) $2,299.00 $2,248.12* ( $50.88 savings )
2.2GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB) $2,799.00 $2,738.12* ( $60.88 savings )
2.5GHz 15" (16GB, 256GB) $2,099.00 $2,052.12* ( $46.88 savings )
2.5GHz 15" (16GB, 512GB) $2,399.00 $2,346.12* ( $52.88 savings )
2.5GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB) $2,899.00 $2,836.12* ( $62.88 savings )
2.5GHz 15" (16GB, 512GB, M370X) $2,499.00 $2,444.12* ( $54.88 savings )
2.5GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB, M370X) $2,999.00 $2,934.12* ( $64.88 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 256GB) $2,299.00 $2,248.12* ( $50.88 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 512GB) $2,599.00 $2,542.12* ( $56.88 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 512GB, M370X) $2,699.00 $2,640.12* ( $58.88 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB) $3,099.00 $3,032.12* ( $66.88 savings )
2.8GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB, M370X) $3,199.00 $3,130.12* ( $68.88 savings )
* Price with MacMall Promo Code APPLEINSIDER01

Additional Apple Deals

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  • Reply 1 of 3
    schlackschlack Posts: 721member
    Wouldn't mind a new MBP but hard to give up my 2010 15" MBP which has upgradable RAM/SSD. What do you all think next year's update will add? Thinking it's best to wait till then.
  • Reply 2 of 3

    Next year's will have Skylake CPU, which will recharge wirelessly. 

  • Reply 3 of 3
    mlb5000mlb5000 Posts: 1member
    @schlack - I'm glad I'm not the only one. I've added an SSD and maxed the memory at 8GB in my mid-2010 15" MBP and am finding it difficult to justify the upgrade to the new one as well. That they upgraded these to "new" Haswell processors and didn't even do updated Broadwells only makes me shrug more. I'll see if I can hold out until what will hopefully be October for a Skylake upgrade.
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